News from Surrey First Aid

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Welcome to the Surrey First Aid Training news page. Here you will be able to find everything you need to know about the recent First Aid regulation updates and any other helpful information from the health and safety industry. We produce regular industry news updates. We hope you find them useful. 

 

Join our trainee Medic (Level 1) programme

Join our trainee Medic (Level 1) programme

Have you ever wanted to study to be a medic but not sure where to start? We are now offering an opportunity to join our First Aider team and become a qualified First Aid Medic. 

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World Health and Safety at Work Day

World Health and Safety at Work Day

The 28th April was World Health and Safety at Work Day. We celebrate by delivering a workshop to some children and then gave a moment of our time to consider the 6.5 million people who loose their lives at work every year. The day itself orginally started in 1990 as the Commemoration Day for Dead and Injured Workers.

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Introducing the 8 hour Emergency Outdoor First Aid Training coure

Introducing the 8 hour Emergency Outdoor First Aid Training coure

Recently we hace seen our enquiries increase into what is called the 1 day ITC Emergency Outdoor First Aid course.This article explains what this course is and who it is aimed for. 

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Changes to the Resuscitation procedures April 2022

Changes to the Resuscitation procedures April 2022

Now that the situation with Covid-19 is returning to normal and the need to were masks is no longer a requirement, the Resus Council UK have also released a statement. 

 

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HSE Guidelines for Home Working

HSE Guidelines for Home Working

Now that business have made the decision to offer more flexible working, staff are sharing their time between their home office and the workplace. To ensure the safety of these staff at home employers have a duty to undertake basic tasks and risk assessments for that staff member. 

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What to do when a Child Ingests a Button Battery?

What to do when a Child Ingests a Button Battery?

A team of ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialists have demonstrated that eating honey after swallowing a button battery has the potential to reduce serious injuries in small children. Based on findings in laboratory animals, the research suggests that this common kitchen ingredient may significantly reduce morbidity and mortality from highly caustic batteries.

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